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Interview: Dominic Barton

Harry Gosling talks business with McKinsey Global Managing Director Dominic Barton

Life after the election: the birth of a new politics?

Harry Gosling argues that this election has fundamentally altered the nature of the political game.

John Thornhill on politics at the Financial Times

Harry Gosling discusses the General Election and more with the FT’s Deputy Editor

The paradox of a boringly exciting election

Harry Gosling argues that we should ignore this election’s false pretence of tedium and embrace its more interesting aspects

Interview: Tim Harford

Economist Tim Harford tells Harry Gosling how to see into the future

David vs Goliath: can Syriza change the status quo?

Harry Gosling considers whether the electoral mandate of Syriza will give them an economic mandate for change

Iffley Road sports hall named after Olympian Acer Nethercott

A new University of Oxford sports hall will be named after former student who died at the age of 35

Interview: Roger Bootle

Harry Gosling talks to Roger Bootle about economic forecasting, continuity and the New Year

Postgraduate loans: a case of too much education?

Harry Gosling argues that the introduction of postgraduate loans will not necessarily promote prosperity and social mobility

Oxford Diocese votes to divest from fossil fuels

Pressure builds on the Church of England to follow Oxford’s lead after the diocese divests from fossil fuels

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Letter To: My Incoming College Children

You will make friends, you will fit in. Plus, you always have our college family!

Uni ‘spends £108,000’ to recruit each additional low-income student

Recent analysis also suggests no connection between the proportion of students from poorer postcodes and final exam scores

India’s legalisation of gay sex is India’s success, not the West’s

Western coverage of India's overturning of Section 377 was at best uninformed and at worst insulting

The Art of Small Talk

At the beginning of October a hormonal mass of teens, infused with adrenalin and trepidation, will descend on Oxford for a week of clumsy...

The ‘Brideshead Revisited’ reputation haunting Oxford

Is there any truth in the fictional portrayals of the University?